RB Leipzig defender, Josko Gvardiol, has opened the door to a move to Chelsea.
New Chelsea boss Graham Potter is thought to be an admirer, and owner Todd Boehly is ready to go back for Gvardiol as he looks to land football’s best youngsters.
The Croatia international himself has now opened the door for a move to Stamford Bridge as early as January.
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Yet Gvardiol adds he is also more than happy to remain in Germany should no offers arise.
He said: “I am happy at Leipzig, I still have a lot to learn and need to work on myself.
“I have people who deal with it, I didn’t think about a transfer. We’ll see what happens in the winter.”